Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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"Everyone must prepore o home somedoy. Consumer ond Homemoking courses provide the skills to occomplish this," soid Mrs. Jonic Nowling. Mrs. Nowling teoches 1 1 '1 7 1 Advonced Foods, Humon DILVILLUPWIILN Developmemnd Beginning Clothing Skills for future use Advanced Foodsbe-gms ci its Senior Denny Williams takes o breok after o hard hours work in Foods. While in Foods, senior Greg Loe Ieorns to operote the microwave, Sophomore Kristy Stapleton ond senior Audrey Sofionos ore hord or work writing recipes. A b where Foods I left off. "This closs hos on emphosis on foreign foods ond entertoining, " she soid. Humon Development studies reoltionship of l l hospitol, to foster homes, T ond to the Bridol Center.Thd sudents hove 0 chonce to see the principles they hove heord ond reod obout in closs being opplied to everydoy life. Home Furnishing involve: leorning obout home finoncing, plonning, ond decoroting. Junior Tylo Steele soid she enjoyed the closs becouse, "You get to check out homes thot ore for sole ond leorn how to decorote ci home." This yeor oll three levels of clothing ore in the some people from birth to life. The closs studies doting ond morrioge relotionships. Students hove o chonce to go on field trips such os to the moternity word in the closs. There wos insufficient enrollment for the odvonced levels to moke it on their own so the instructors were given the option of not teoching the R X t 64 -Home Economics

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,udio Visual helpers include ROW 1: enny Hetzler, Allen Willis, Robert brhart, Dave Fullmer, Jeff Burokerg Typing attendance is just one of the OW 2: Dave Vitek, Tom Grate, Adrian many jobs senior Allen Willis does as an ann, and Mr. Paul Buroker, sponsor. office helper. , . K 'pg ,rel I .- I 'Q 1' '9' 1 I ..,.. 1 aceive working credit plus iey may have idependent study credit om the English epartment. If they have n outstanding record Mr. aul Buroker, Director of ledia Systems, will provide rem with special letters of acommendation. Students are chosen by signing up on his or her study hall time and also if they show desire to learn about the center. A lot of outside time is spent on various productions, and something to do with my free time," said sophomore Jeff Williams. The office helpers run passes, answer the telephones, and get homework assignments for some students do not want students who are sick. to do this," said Mr. Buroker. "l enjoy working in the The office usually uses one or two helpers per period. "We usually select office because it gives me someone from study hall. lt needs to be a student who makes fairly good grades and has demonstrated that they are dependable and can be trusted," said Mrs. Sue Hobbs, guidance counselor. Office helpers include ROW 11 Melanie Bacon, Stacey Ashbaugh, Cindy Lang, Sue Fenimore, Judy Hopper, Kelly Ross, lina Malden, Teresa DeLawter,- ROW 2: Tracy Overly, Beth Crockett, Julie Cox, Suzie Orr, Cheryl George, Mary Stout, Tammy Easterday, Jenny Sharpnack, Regina Ryderg ROW 3: Dave Stanton, Allen Willis, Phil Van Baalen, James Parrett, Nathan Hofii Jeff Williams, Reggie Ryder, Alon Kirk, Mark Mooney, and Jim Moon. in - l l A.V., Library and Office Helpers-63 1

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classes or to combine them. "lt has really been a challenge because all three groups all have different skill levels, and they are all working on different projects and all need your assistance at once, " said Mrs. Nowling. The classes study various fibers and fabrics and learn to make reasonable clothing decisions relating to individual size, shape, ond personality. Sophomore Karen Lindsey thinks it was good that all three levels of clothing were together. She said students in beginning clothing can see what the advanced students do and what students in tailoring do. Mrs. Martha Hall teaches Food and Nutrition, Consumer Education, and Interpersonal Relations. Food and Nutrition class are for students who will later on in life be on their own said Mrs. Hall. She added that the purpose is to teach them the importance of eating the right foods for good health, physical attractiveness and well being. Senior Denny Williams said he enjoyed the class because "you get to cook a lot of different kinds of food and which after being cooked you get to eat." Consumer Education involves learning how to manage money, personal energy, obilities and possessions to make one's life as comfortoble and rewarding as possible. Sophomore Kristy Stapleton said she thinks the class is interesting because they have a lot of class discussions and play games. Interpersonal Relations is studying individual behavior by defining personal values. The importance of setting goals is stressed, occording to Mrs. Hall. Demonstrating how to moke a pie crust is sophomore Darlene Gant as Mrs, Martha Hall, Home Economics teacher looks on. .. 4 . T 1-....--y4"""'f W, Guest Speaker Mr. Darwin Nelson talks to Beginning and Advanced Foods classes about using soy beans in their diets and household products, Working diligently on an assignment in Home Furnishings are seniors Phyllis Roberts and Lancia Lee. Home Economics-

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